A Swedish Dilemma: A Liberal European Nation's Struggle with Racism and Xenophobia, 1990-2000
By: Dennis Sven Nordin (author)Paperback
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A Swedish Dilemma examines Sweden's negative reaction to a growing minority population. Careful to qualify that Swedes did not react differently than other European societies, the book explores the country's xenophobic roots. Fear from and insecurity about the ramifications of multiculturalism led to increased violence and hostility toward refugees and immigrants.
Dennis Sven Nordin, a faculty member at Mississippi State University, earned a Ph.D. in History at Mississippi State University. His publications include: From Prairie Farmer to Entrepreneur: The Transformation of Midwestern Agriculture and The New Deal's Black Congressman: A Life of Arthur Wergs Mitchell.
Chapter 1 Tables Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 European Diasporas & Swedish Traditions Chapter 4 Asylum in Hell Chapter 5 Inconsistent Policies, Incompetent Politicians Chapter 6 Immigrants Lost on the Middle Way Chapter 7 An Insidious Conundrum Chapter 8 Endnotes Chapter 9 Bibliography Chapter 10 Index
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